Health Links Learning Collaborative 

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Welcome to Cohort 3

An action-oriented, staged learning program to equip teams to make improvements in coordinated care delivery and achieve results. 

Health Links Learning Collaborative - Learning Session 3

Wednesday, March 7, 2018, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm at the Best Western Plus Stoneridge Inn & Conference Centre, 6675 Burtwistle Ln, London.

This day will be an opportunity for shared learning and skill development supporting the Coordinated Care Planning approach within Oxford and Elgin. The focus will be on developing skills to further enhance everyone’s comfort level to participate in and/or lead coordinated care planning.

Time Agenda Item
8:30 Registration
9:00 Welcome
Opening Remarks/ Vision
  Current Process
Provider video
  Identification across the South West LHIN 
10:40 Break and Walk-the-Wall presentations
11:05 Keynote: Importance of patient/client engagement
12:05 Patient engagement
12:20 Lunch
1:05 Introduction & patient video
1:20 Interview
1:35 Group work/discussion
2:00 Care conference
2:20 Break - Booths & Walk the Wall
2:45 Care conference: Group work
3:10 Follow-up and monitor
3:20  Discussion
3:35  Next steps
3:50 Closing remarks

 

Health Links Learning Collaborative - Learning Session 2

Wednesday, November 1, 2017, 8:30 am - 3:30 pm at the Quality Hotel, Woodstock.

This second session of the Cohort 3 Learning Collaborative will give our participants further understanding into the Coordinated Care Planning (CCP) approach within Oxford and Elgin. Once again, interdisciplinary teams will come together to learn from each other and from recognized subject matter experts. Our special focus for the session will be Mennonite cultural sensitivity and palliative care. 

Participants will:

  • Increase their understanding of the CCP processes
  • Understand the unique challenges facing Mennonite communities and learn of resources to better support this population
  • Increase your knowledge of palliative care resources available 
  • Participate in a group case study with increased sensitivity to issues unique to the Mennonite culture and those in need of palliative care
  • Learn more about the quality improvement experiences occurring within the South West LHIN region and how to apply this learning in your workplace
  • Learn about the vast resources available to better support your clients

Time Agenda Item
8:30 Registration
9:00 Welcome
Opening Remarks
Mennonite Culture: History 101
Questions and Discussion
10:25 Break and Walk-the-Wall presentations
10:35 Mennonite Culture: Cultural Competency

Questions and Discussion
Booth Introductions
Walk the Wall Quality Improvement Introductions
Walk the Wall Presentations
12:20 Lunch
1:05 The Palliative Care Journey
Questions and Discussion
CCP Overview & Video
Case Study
2:20 Break and Walk the Wall
2:40 Case Study

Implementation and Follow-up
  Questions and Discussion
3:45 Closing remarks

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If you have questions about the learning session please contact Jennifer Mills Beaton 226-688-7375

Health Links Learning Collaborative - Learning Session 1

March 22, 2017 at the Quality Hotel and Suites, Woodstock, Ontario

A learning collaborative provides the opportunity for interdisciplinary teams to come together to learn from each other and from recognized subject matter experts. This is the first of four structured learning sessions taking place over the next two years. Presentations, case studies and team based learning will be used to help participants understand the value of coordinated care planning and resources available to implement Coordinated Care Planning (CCP).

Participants will:

  • Gain an understanding of the CCP processes
  • Use a case study to develop a care plan that's based on patient-centred goals
  • Understand the challenges facing Indigenous communities and resources available to support this population
  • Learn about the impact of social determinants of health
  • Learn about the quality improvement experiences occurring in the South West LHIN region and apply these learnings to your workplace
  • Learn about the vast resources available to better support your clients

Session 1 Agenda

 Time   Agenda Item
 9:00  Registration
 9:30  Welcome: Sue McCutcheon
   Opening Remarks: Kristy McQueen
   Patient Story: Sherri Zavitz
   Booth Introductions: Sue McCutcheon
   Walk-the-Wall, Quality Improvement Introductions: Kevin de Jong
 10:25   Break and Walk-the-Wall presentations
 10:55  Case Study: 
        Coordinated Care Planning: Rebecca Sutcliffe, Jeni Millian
        Understanding the Challenges of Indigenous Peoples and SOAHAC: Jan Martin, Marianne Hebb
        Health Equity: Lynn Beath
        Assessment Urgency Algorithm Tool: Shelly Billings
 12:11  Lunch
 12:56  Case Study:
        Coordinated Care Plans (cont.): Rebecca Sutcliffe, Jeni Millian
        ClinicalConnect: Alysson Korver
        Motivational Interviewing: Gilles Brideau
        thehealthline.ca: Barb Hagarty
        Care Bundles: Dr. Kellie Scott
 3:10  Closing remarks: Sue McCutcheon

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